Kyle Michelle Weddings Blog
This summer wedding took place at the New York Historical Society. It was one of the most beautiful days to say "I Do" and boy do the pictures show it... Elizabeth, David and their guests dined in front of the largest Picasso in North America - which was perfect as they were both lovers of history and art. The design was so simple, yet so unique at the same time - with greenery, white florals and cumquats stuck in each structure to give it a summery and bright flare - perfect color scheme for a summer wedding!
Just wait until you see this beautiful couple...
Melissa and Adam tied the knot at this amazing venue, The Liberty Warehouse in New York City in November. The rustic and romantic charm that this venue had to offer was a perfect fit for this adorable couple. Their vibe was very classy and sophisticated - white florals with greenery, a lot of lighting, ivory linens and gold accents. Our favorite part was the two-part choreographed dance to introduce themselves as husband and wife - love that energy!
Keep scrolling for some awesome photos!!!
This couple has so many unique aspects of their wedding - check out this custom made bobble-head cake topper... It literally looks exactly like them! Also, they had a live painter throughout the reception, you'll have to check out her website for the finished product... SO AWESOME!
How else do you end your wedding night in New York City???
Venue: Liberty Warehouse
Wedding Coordinator / Planner: Kyle Michelle Weddings
Photographer: Joshua Zuckerman Photography
Videographer: Kaila Klassy Productions
Florist: Metro Florals
Lighting: Pegasus Production
Band: Cafe Wha??
Live Painter: Katherine Gressel
Food Truck: Eddies Pizza
You’ve probably seen vintage, modern, rustic, contemporary and country themed weddings. Have you ever experienced a surprise wedding? We have! Kyle and Jacquie are quite…ah…awesome and to surprise their family and friends was the only way for them to get married. Yep, everyone was under the impression they were attending a surprise party for the bride-Jacquie.
I know! Keep reading, it gets better!
Guests received invitations months in advance with Kyle calling their family and friends and swearing them to secrecy. He played it off so very well. On the day of the event guests arrived to the Lexington, a boat that tours the Hudson River.
The guests arrived ready for a birthday party. 30 minutes later, Kyle had secretly changed into a handsome suit and Jacquie arrived in a gorgeous wedding dress escorted by her dad.
Shock and Awe!
The ceremony got under way as the Lexington pushed away from the dock and the sun began to set.
Who wouldn't want to get married with that view?
One of my favorite pictures!
If you thought that was it, you would be wrong. After the couple was greeted by all of their guests, Jacquie and Kyle surprised them again with tickets to the Zac Brown Band concert at Madison Square Garden-Box Suites. Jacquie and Kyle reserved four box suites for their guests to party and enjoy an awesome band-their favorite-and a great celebration of their marriage.
It was honestly such an incredible day and an impressive event!
Congratulations Jacquie and Kyle! Thank you for letting us be a part of your extraordinary day!
Ceremony: The Lexington
Reception: Madison Square Garden
Entertainment: Zac Brown Band
Photography: Jackie and Matt of Jacqueline Pfeffer Photography